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Deloitte’s new UK and North West Europe Headquarters helping the project to achieve g Interiors’ in the world and awarded BREEAM Outstanding.


in 700 displays with 140m² of green walls and significant use of wood and stone. Access to nature is provided through the 12th floor terrace, views outside and opportunities for downtime in spaces including a dedicated social area and a tech-free relaxation room. Activity is promoted by undertaking structural alterations to the base-build to create 13 attractive, internal accommodation stairs; procuring 600 sit/stand desks; and creating a new 365-bay cycle facility and 1,100m² gym on campus.


Designed with sustainability at the forefront, Milliken’s Dissident 2.0 carpet tiles, Colour Compositions carpet planks and Clerkenwell collection are all made from ECONYL yarn with 100% regenerated nylon. Other attributes of Milliken flooring that can contribute to a WELL building are: better noise absorption and reduction in muscle strain and the fact that Milliken carpets meet the highest standards for IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) Certification. Milliken’s unique Millitron digital printing technology enables the built environment to be imbued with natural elements through colour, texture and images. Milliken cushion backing not only offers underfoot comfort but also improves acoustics.


The Milliken carpet tiles were installed by Loughton Contracts. The furniture provider was Sketch Studios; structural engineer HPM; M&E engineer as well as Sustainability/WELL advisor was Hoare Lea and the contractor was Overbury.


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